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Newspaper Puts Virgin Mary In Bikini, Sunglasses

There is no question that the Santa Fe Reporter got its inspiration for the cover of their Summer Guide 2013 issue from the Virgin of Guadalupe, one of the most sacred and revered images in the Catholic faith. Naturally, because there is no penalty in media or popular culture for denigrating Christianity, the newspaper's editor stands by the image. Jun 28, 2013 5:25 AM PT

Five Facts The Media Aren't Telling You About the Texas Abortion Filibuster

As I write this, Democratic State Senator Wendy Davis of Texas is being hailed all across the national news as a courageous, principled, instant superstar. Naturally, though, most of the national media are ignoring any pertinent facts inconvenient to their agenda. Here are five of them. Jun 27, 2013 1:55 PM PT

'Burn Notice' Season 6 Review: One of the Best Seasons Yet

If you are interested in an exciting, addictive, escapist, slickly-produced, pro-American television series with plenty of action, self-contained episodes, and an over-arching story that allows the characters and their relationships to grow and change, "Burn Notice" is for you. And with almost a hundred episodes produced, season six not only feels fresh, but is an improvement over five. Jun 27, 2013 1:33 PM PT

Salon.Com Loses $3.9 Million; Deficit Reaches $116 Million

The left-wing's fiscal year ended in March, and the Salon Media Group Inc. posted a $3.9 million loss. Business Times reports that this drives the total deficit for the home of Joan Walsh up to $116 million. This year's loss is better than last year, when the company posted a $4.1 million loss. Jun 27, 2013 11:18 AM PT

'New York Times' Likely to Sell 'Boston Globe' for 1/10th Purchase Price

Bloomberg News reports that the New York Times Company, that bought the Boston Globe for $1.2 billion in 1993, is now accepting bids in the range of $100 million, or about a tenth of what it paid just twenty years ago. Complicating matters further is $110 million in pension liabilities. Jun 27, 2013 10:49 AM PT

Supermarket Chain Offers Gift Cards For Guns

A chain of 10 Philadelphia Shop Rite supermarkets is offering their own version of a gun buy-back program. Between 10am and 2pm Saturday, and with no questions asked, you can turn a firearm in at the Deliverance Evangelistic Church in exchange for a $100 Shop Rite gift card. Jun 27, 2013 10:05 AM PT

STUDY: Median savings for those near retirement just $12k

With Barack Obama's jobless recovery stalling out at just 1.8% GDP growth and little to no rise in median income, a study showing that American workers are way behind in saving what is needed to retire, should come as no surprise. Jun 27, 2013 9:49 AM PT

Minor League Baseball Team Giving Away Free Funeral To Fan

The lucky recipient isn't dead yet, but someday will be. There isn't even a winner yet. The "free funeral" isn't an act of charity for some faithful but indigent fan, it is a contest dreamed up by the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, a minor league baseball team eager to show their dedicated fans some appreciation. Jun 27, 2013 9:25 AM PT

New 'Lone Ranger' Film Exonerates 'Racist' Classic Hollywood

All my life I have heard left-wing film scholars and media liberals rail against the studio-run Hollywood of old for frequently casting white stars in the roles of racial minorities. Although, for the most part, these characterizations were quite dignified -- that didn’t matter; this practice proves that the old white Republicans who ran Hollywood were racists. Jun 27, 2013 8:23 AM PT

FLASHBACK VIDEO: Paula Deen Embraces Michelle Obama, Compares to Jackie O

Thanks to the media, we are also seeing a lot of video of Paula Deen, and learning a lot about her past. But what we are not seeing is the 2008 video below where Deen physically embraces First lady Michelle Obama and gushes over how she is reminiscent of Jackie Onassis. Jun 26, 2013 11:33 AM PT


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